|Cannes Man 1996 R, 90 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Richard Martini
Cast: Seymour Cassel, Francesco Quinn, Rebecca Broussard, Johnny Depp, Dennis Hopper, Treat Williams, Jim Jarmusch, Lara Flynn Boyle, James Brolin, Benicio Del Toro, Ann Cusack, Jon Cryer, Gary W. Godstein, Duncan Clark, Therese Kablan
Producer Sy Lerner (Seymour Cassel) makes a bet that he can turn a nobody into the talk of the Cannes Film Festival overnight. New York cab driver Frank Rhinoslavsky (Francesco Quinn) is chosen, and Sy turns him into "Frank Rhino." Almost immediately, celebrities line up to meet the new "Star." Cameo appearances abound in this Troma film.
|The Two Jakes 1990 R, 137 min.|
Director: Jack Nicholson
Cast: Jack Nicholson, Harvey Keitel, Meg Tilly, Madeleine Stowe, Eli Wallach, Ruben Blades, Frederic Forrest, David Keith, Richard Farnsworth, Tracey Walter, Joe Pantell, James Hong, Perry Lopez, Rebecca Broussard
In this sequel to "Chinatown," detective Jake Gittes (Jack Nicholson) finds himself in the middle of an illegal land-development scheme that also involves murder. It all begins when Gittes is hired by another Jake–L.A. realtor tycoon Jake Berman (Harvey Keitel)–who suspects his wife Kitty (Meg Tilly) of cheating on him. They plot to have Berman walk in on Kitty and her lover while Gittes records the conversation from the next room. But, plans go awry when Berman kills Kitty's lover–and things are not always what they seem as Gittes is about to discover.
|1. Cannes Man (1996)|
2. The Two Jakes (1990)
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